Will Open Source FinTech Help Mitigate Risk in the Financial Industry?

The Columbia University FinTech Lab will provide increased financial literacy for students and non-technical risk managers through the industry’s first freely available, open source analytics engine and visualization tool.

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Trump Could Inspire Coalitions Between Democrats and Moderate Republicans

Such coalitions could be critical for Democrats on contentious votes and presidential appointments that help shape the U.S. economy.

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What is a Knowledge-Driven Digital Product Innovation?

How Columbia's School of Professional Studies Information and Knowledge Strategy program teaches its students to make products that delight a customer and solve a problem

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It’s Day One of the Trump Era: Let’s Defend Philanthropy

“Starting now, foundations and donors of all types should be speaking up and talking about the ways our communities benefit from grant makers of all sizes and types,” writes Nonprofit Management instructor Henry Berman.

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Dr. Mark Sauer on IVF in The New York Times

While IVF is growing exponentially, bioethics student and fertility doctor Mark Sauer advises that potential parents need more information in The New York Times.

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Six Nonprofit Management Faculty Speak at NAAG/NASCO Conference

Cindy M. Lott, Esq., Richard Feiner, John Tyler, Sue Santa, Amanda Broun, and Vernetta Walker spoke at the annual National Association of Attorneys General and National Association of State Charity Officials conference.

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Fall 2016 American Language Program Highlights

The latest news and accomplishments from the faculty and community in the School of Professional Studies' American Language Program.

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Sebastian Junger to Speak at Columbia

Join the School of Professional Studies' Negotiation and Conflict Resolution for a conversation with best-selling author Sebastian Junger about his newest work, Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging.

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Head of Education at New York's Frick Collection Joins Narrative Medicine Faculty

Rika Burnham, of the Frick Collection and arts education initiatives, brings The Literature of Art to the School of Professional Studies' Narrative Medicine program.

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Why American Leadership Failed in Afghanistan

Jason Dempsey, Senior Advisor of Military Affairs for SPS, has a new Foreign Policy op-ed about the United States' "failure of leadership" in Afghanistan.

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